Welcome to IANAGH!
From the desk of the President
Reenu M. Varghese
DNP, APRN, FNP-C
My dear colleagues,
It is my honor to be elected as the 16th President of the Indian American Nurses Association of Greater Houston (IANAGH). It is God’s will that I would be here today as the President of this prestigious association, and I acknowledge, thank, and praise him for his steadfast love and mercy.
Gratitude is the foundation of a value-driven life. I am thankful to my family, my friends, teachers, mentors, and everyone who has crossed my path because you have made me a better person. My sincere appreciation to the IANAGH board of directors, governing board and all the IANAGH members for putting your trust in me as someone who can make a positive impact in this organization.
The Indian American Nurses Association of Greater Houston (IANAGH) is a non-profit organization under the rules and regulations of non-profit organizations 501 (C) (3) in United States of America.
Goal: Our Primary goal is focused towards uniting all nurses and nursing students of Indian origin and heritage as a professional organization under one umbrella in the Greater Houston area.Our Primary goal is focused towards uniting all nurses and nursing students of Indian origin and heritage as a professional organization under one umbrella in the Greater Houston area.
To promote professional advancement and excellence in nursing practice and healthcare through empowerment and cultural identity of its constituents to optimize their contribution to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities.
IANAGH is the association for all registered professional nurses and nursing students of Indian origin/heritage that creates a community that excels in offering exceptional nursing practice and healthcare through professional development, networking, and collaboration
As an organization of professional nurses and nursing students of Indian origin/heritage,
We are committed to:
- Caring, compassion, ethical values, and exceptional healthcare practices
- Client-centered helping relationships and advocacy
- Accountability and responsibility for evidence-based practice
- Continuous personal and professional development of self and others
Collaboration and innovation with other nursing, healthcare and cultural organizations.